- Paul Biancardi, Basketball Recruiting
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— Paul Balland (@Pbreezy115) March 20, 2014
Maryland returns nearly its entire roster, so the Terps have every position covered. What they don't have, however, is a shot blocker. Maryland's leading returning shot blockers are small forward Dez Wells and Jake Layman, who both average less than one block per game. That is exactly what 7-foot-1 Trayvon Reed, the No. 68 overall prospect in the ESPN 100 and the No. 8 center, brings.
Reed could be an X-factor next season. He provides the one element Maryland doesn't have coming back and that you need to win titles.
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